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for Carolina Comments Vol. 41 Issue 4, July 1993
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World War II had the following effects on the North Carolina Department of Archives and History: it emphasized NC's role in national history, stimulated the collection of historical records, opened opportunities for African-Americans' participation, and laid the foundation for the modern archival and records management program.
Gertrude Carraway, a preservationist, historian, and journalist who gave fifty years of continuous service to the state through the N.C. Historical Commission, died in New Bern, May 7, 1993, at age 96.